Digg's belated iPhone app brings native goodness

From CNET News.com: Digg's new iPhone app, which arrives Wednesday, does not bring any of the new, or exciting features announced by the company at the SXSW festival last week. It will, however bring a better and more complete Digg experience to iPhone users than what they've had with the company's mobile Web app.

OCZ Technology Shuts Down Hypersonic High-End PC Business

From X-bit Labs: OCZ Technology Group, a leading supplier of components for personal computers, has decided to shut down its Hypersonic business unit, which used to make high-end personal computers. The move was made to concentrate on core businesses for the company, which is to supply premium-class components.

Intel Reportedly to Release Discrete USB 3.0 Controller

From X-bit Labs: Intel Corp., the world’s largest maker of central processing units and chipsets, will reportedly release its own discrete SuperSpeed USB controller in a bid speed up transition to the new interface and also obtain a new revenue stream.

Security companies warn of uptick in attacks using new IE flaw

From PC World: Criminals are stepping up their attacks leveraging an unpatched flaw in Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, using it to install fake antivirus products and malicious back doors on victim's computers.

Google Has Minor China Outage After Censorship Snub

From PC World: Some Google users in China had technical problems accessing the company's search engines on Wednesday, just two days after Google snubbed Chinese authorities by ending censorship for its search users in the country.

China blocking some Google searches

From CNET News.com: China did not erase Google from the Internet on Tuesday, but it did take a few steps in response to Google's decision to move its search engine to Hong Kong on Monday.

T-Mobile claims to soon have fastest 3G in U.S.

From CNET News.com: T-Mobile USA said it will soon have bragging rights as the nation's fastest 3G network. But will the claim to fame help the company attract new customers?

Executives at the CTIA trade show here on Tuesday outlined the company's network upgrade plans to a technology called HSPA+ that will effectively triple its network download speeds on its 3G wireless network by the end of the year.

Sprint Wows With Android-powered HTC EVO 4G WiMAX Smartphone

From DailyTech: Microsoft has been making waves with its Windows Phone 7 Series operating system, Palm is battling the Grim Reaper with slow sales of the Pre and Pixi, and Apple is just on cruise control until the next generation iPhone and iPhone OS 4.0 hit later this summer. Forget the looming lawsuit from Apple, HTC and Sprint are looking to spice things up with some Android lovin' in the form of the HTC EVO 4G.

Opera Mini for iPhone Submitted for App Store Approval

From DailyTech: Opera Software is looking to put Apple on the spot thanks to its Opera Mini browser. The company just announced today that "Opera Mini for iPhone" has been submitted to Apple's iPhone App Store.

Dell Mini 3 Hits AT&T as Dell Aero

From DailyTech: AT&T stayed out of the Android smartphone game for a long time. The move was likely to prevent users that might otherwise buy an iPhone from grabbing up an Android handset instead. The delay in offering Android handsets could also be fear on AT&T's part that another popular smartphone option could further cripple its network.


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